Inside Out

Posted by Suzi | March 22, 2012



For me, timeless interiors are nature-inspired. This is going to sound really cheesy BUT colour ideas really are everywhere out there. With more tones, hues, washes, glosses, matts available than ever before – it’s easy to get yourself in a total tizz when creating a colour scheme. But for something lasting, I think, you can never go wrong by choosing raw wood finishes and colours inspired by simple outdoor hues or mineral tones.

From the navy sea and honey toned sand, to the dark earth, fresh zingy greens and light blues. Truly zen interiors seem to whisper: “Hey it’s ok, you’re just human- there’s so much out there beyond your little problems.”

 

 

Picture credits (from left): Outdoor scene; www.greyne.com, Bed interior; www.designsponge.com, Wood flooring; www.greyne.com, Animal print velvet; www.designersguild.com, Green leather swatch www.edelmanleather.com, Glass shed; http://designtraveller.tumblr.com, Joan Mitchell painting; www.cheimread.com, Bed; www.calvinkleininc.com, Mown grass candle; www.baileyshomeandgarden.com, Plates; www.dinosaurdesigns.com.au/about, Test Tube Chandelier by Maria Panijurek; www.etsy.com/shop/PaniJurek, Hans Wegner chair; www.jfchen.com, Table by Kaspar Hamacher; www.kasparhamacher.be



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